US Drug Watchdog Urges Pharmacy Clients Who Were Given the Wrong Drug or a Prescription for Someone Else by a Pharmacist to Call Them About Compensation – Were You Injured?
WASHINGTON, July 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The US Drug Watchdog says, “We are now urging persons to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 if their local pharmacy provided them with someone else’s prescription or a prescription with the wrong drugs or incorrect dosage. For some people, the outcome of receiving the wrong prescription or a drug prescription with incorrect dosage could be fatal. We would like to help you get compensated. The only catch we have is did you keep the medication and or keep the sales receipt that indicates the error?” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
The US Drug Watchdog is now warning consumers using a pharmacy drive through in any state nationwide to confirm the drug they are picking up has the correct name on it, the drug is the correct medication prescribed by their doctor-dentist, and do the pills or medication look to be the same as what the consumer has taken before. If not-the group is urging the consumer to park their car and go into the pharmacy and ask the pharmacist about the issue.
The US Drug Watchdog Is Urging Consumers Nationwide To Be on The Look Out for The Following Types of Pharmacy Errors:
- The pharmacy provided the consumer with the wrong drug medication
- The pharmacy failed to provide the consumer with the proper dosage and usage directions on the label
- The pharmacy filled a prescription for a child with the wrong drug medication.
- The pharmacy provided the consumer with someone else’s prescription
- Giving the young child an unintended drug
- The pharmacy failed to check for any potential medication interaction issues
The US Drug Watchdog says, “We are certain pharmacy prescription errors kill or seriously injure tens of thousands of US consumers every year. If you possess proof a pharmacy gave you the wrong prescription, a prescription with the wrong dosage or someone else’s prescription, please call us anytime at 866-714-6466-especially if you were injured by the mistake.
“However, as mentioned we will need proof of the mistake either being you still are in possession of the incorrect prescription, or your sales receipt indicates the error. If you possess this type of proof-we will get you to qualified lawyers who have a track record of assisting consumers nationwide with these types of very serious pharmacy error issues. We also want to emphasize this is a national initiative for consumers in every state from Maine to California, Florida, Illinois, Oregon, Texas, Ohio, New York, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Washington, etc.” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
US Drug Watchdog Launches New National Initiative to Identify Consumers Given the Wrong Drug or Someone Else’s Prescription by a Pharmacy
WASHINGTON, July 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — According to the US Drug Watchdog, “We are launching a national initiative to identify consumers who were given the wrong prescription or someone else’s prescription by a national retail pharmacy or by a compounding pharmacy. For many people, the mistake of receiving the wrong prescription could be a matter of life or death.
“If you recently went to a pharmacy to pick up a prescription and you were not given the correct medication and or when you looked at the prescription you had purchased, it had another person’s name on it, please call us at 866-714-6466. The only catch we have is, did you keep the medication, take a picture of the prescription mistake and/or keep the sales receipt that indicates the error?” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
The US Drug Watchdog has a higher ranking on a Google search than the US FDA and they are national advocates for consumers not being harmed by dangerous drugs or medical products. The group is now urging all consumers in the United States to carefully look at the prescription they are picking up at a pharmacy to ensure it really is what their physician had prescribed.
The group is also warning consumers using a pharmacy drive through to confirm the drug they are picking up has the correct name on it the drug/correct medication prescribed by their doctor/dentist, and the pills or medication look to be the same as what the consumer has taken before. If not, the group is urging the consumer to park their car and go into the pharmacy and ask the pharmacist about the issue.
The US Drug Watchdog Wants to Hear from Victims of The Following Types of Pharmacy Prescription Errors:
- A pharmacy gave a consumer the wrong medication – was the consumer injured by this mistake?
- A pharmacy gave a consumer someone else’s medication – was the consumer injured by this mistake?
- The consumer was given medications that shouldn’t be taken together – was the consumer injured by this mistake?
The US Drug Watchdog says, “We are certain pharmacy prescription mistakes kill US citizens every year. At this point we do not know how many people die or are severely injured by these mistakes but we are going to find out. If you possess proof a pharmacy in any state gave you the wrong prescription or someone else’s prescription, please call us anytime at 866-714-6466, especially if you were injured by the mistake.
“However, as mentioned, we will need proof of the mistake; either you still are in possession of the incorrect prescription, your sales receipt indicates the error, or you have a picture of the actual mistaken prescription. If you possess this type of proof, we will get you to qualified lawyers who have a track record of assisting consumers nationwide with these types of very serious pharmacy issues.” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
If A Diabetic Had A Below the Knee Leg Amputation After Using the Type Two Diabetes Drug Invokana They are Urged to Call US Drug Watchdog About Possible Compensation That Could Exceed $500,000
The US Drug Watchdog fears that people who were using the type two diabetes drug Invokana and then had a after the below the knee amputation will never receive any financial compensation. They are urging the family or friend of a diabetic who had a below the knee amputation to ask the person if they were using Invokana. If the answer is yes; please have the person call the US Drug Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
The US Drug Watchdog wants to make certain a person, who after using the Type 2 diabetes drug Invokana had a below the knee amputation, has access to very skilled lawyers for a no obligation legal consultation to determine if the qualify for a financial compensation settlement.
Possible Medical Side Effects Associated with Invokana:
* BELOW-THE-KNEE AMPUTATIONS
* KIDNEY FAILURE
A diabetic who used the type two diabetes drug called Invokana and then had a below the knee leg amputation could live in any state including New York, Florida, California, Texas, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, Washington, Oregon or Alaska.
According to the US Drug Watchdog, “As mentioned the financial compensation for a person who after using the type two diabetes drug Invokana had a below the knee-leg amputation could exceed $500,000. Because it is so difficult to get the word out about potentially dangerous drugs for diabetics we are urging people with diabetes or their family members to post this press release on their Facebook page or social media in the hopes of alerting a possible victim about the compensation settlement for an individual who used the type two diabetes drug Invokana and then had to suffer through a below the knee leg amputation.” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
For more information about Invokana please review the FDA’s May 2017notification: https://www.fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/ucm557507.htm.
For more information about the Type two diabetes drug called Invokana and severe side effects, please call the US Drug Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
Invokana Case Number:(MDL) No. 2750 in New Jersey
US Drug Watchdog Now Urges Persons Who Used the Type Two Diabetes Drug Invokana and Suffered Kidney Failure or a Below the Knee Amputation to Call Them About Possible Significant Compensation
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The US Drug Watchdog fears that some users of the type two diabetes drug called Invokana may have developed kidney failure or a below the knee amputation without ever knowing there could be a relationship between this diabetes drug, and these severe medical side effects. The group is now urging persons who developed these severe medical issues after using Invokana, or their family members, to call them anytime at 866-714-6466. The group wants to make certain people who may have been harmed by Invokana obtain free legal advice about potentially very significant financial compensation. http://
Possible Medical Side Effects Associated with Invokana:
- BLOOD INFECTION
- KIDNEY INJURY
- KIDNEY INFECTION
- BELOW-THE-KNEE AMPUTATIONS
- KIDNEY FAILURE
The US Drug Watchdog says, “We do not think persons who were using the stage two diabetes drug called Invokana, and then developed kidney failure or had a below the knee amputation, are aware there could be a direct relationship between this drug and these severe medical side effects – but that is exactly what we are saying. We are requesting diabetics who were using Invokana and suffered kidney failure or a below the knee amputation to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 so we can help get them to some of the nation’s leading lawyers to assist.
“Our top priority is that you be properly compensated if you have suffered serve side effects after using Invokana. Because it is so difficult to get the word out about potentially dangerous drugs for diabetics, the US Drug Watchdog is urging people with diabetes or their family members to post our press release on their Facebook Page.” http://USDrugWatchdog.
For additional information about Invokana, please visit the Consumer Safety.org website: https://www.
Invokana Case Number:(MDL) No. 2750 in New Jersey
US Drug Watchdog Now Invites a Plaintiffs Law Firm That Specialize in Defective Drugs or Medical Products to Call Them About a National Collaboration Aimed at Compensation for Innocent Victims
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — According to the US Drug Watchdog, “If a law firm specializes in assisting victims of a specific defective drug or medical device on a nationwide basis and they want to expand their footprint we are urging the managing partner or a senior partner to call us at 866-714-6466 about how we might be able to help.
“Four or five years ago we were among the leading advocates in the United States for victims of an all metal hip implant failure and or the trans vaginal mesh catastrophe and if we learned one lesson in our work it would be how incredibly vital it is to get the word out about specific drug or medical device failures.
“Fast forward to today there are still potentially extremely dangerous pharmaceutical products being sold to US consumers with very little news or information about their potential side effects. There is a need for consumers to know about the side effects of defective drugs and or medical devices and we are especially focused on identifying those who have been injured.” http://
Specific Pharmaceutical the US Drug Watchdog is watching closely include:
- Victoza, Byetta, Januvia: Allegedly these drugs increase a user’s rick for pancreatic cancer but there were no warning labels related to this possibility.
- Pradaxa: Allegedly this blood thinner did not have an antidote for bleeding events until 2015.
- Xarelto—The blood thinner drug Xarelto (rivaroxaban) allegedly has been linked to serious bleeding events and deaths.
The US Drug Watchdog knows there are very passionate and skilled lawyers around the nation who stand ready to assist people who are victims of a serious side effect of a specific type of defective drug or medical device product. However, being a great attorney or law firm does not always translate into they are also capable of running a national information campaign designed to identify people who are now suffering the consequences of a specific defective drug or medical device product.
If a law firm that has an expertise in a specific defective drug or medical device and they would like to collaborate on a national awareness campaign to get the word out the US Drug Watchdog is inviting the managing or senior partner to call them anytime at 866-714-6466 to explore the possibilities. http://
US Drug Watchdog Urges Women Who Had a Laparoscopic Power Morecellation Procedure That Caused Their Uterine Cancer to Spread to Call Immediately
Oct. 2, 2014
The US Drug Watchdog is launching an initiative focused on identifying women who had a what is called a laparoscopic power morecellation treatment done, that ending up causing their uterine cancer to actually spread. For more information, potential victims are urged to contact the US Drug Watchdog anytime at 866-714-6466. http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
The US Drug Watchdog now alerting women who have uterine cancer to avoid having a procedure called a laparoscopic power morecellation without first alerting their physician to their condition. According to the FDA having this procedure done with a woman with uterine cancer could actually cause the cancer to spread. The FDA has indicated this procedure could actually “significantly worsen the patient’s likelihood of long term survival.”
The US Drug Watchdog says, “If you are a victim of uterine cancer, and you had a procedure called a laparoscopic power morecellation, and your cancer has spread, please call us immediately at 866-714-6466. We just became aware of this situation, and we fear there could be thousands of women at risk.” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com
According to a US FDA statement on April 17, 2014, “Laparoscopic power morecellation is one of several available treatments for fibroids. It is a procedure that uses a medical device to divide the uterine tissue into smaller pieces or fragments so it can be removed through a small incision in the abdomen, such as during laparoscopy.
“Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous growths that originate from the smooth muscle tissue in the wall of the uterus. According to the National Institutes of Health, most women will develop uterine fibroids at some point in their lives. While most uterine fibroids do not cause problems, they can cause symptoms, such as heavy or prolonged menstrual bleeding, pelvic pressure or pain, and frequent urination, sometimes requiring medical or surgical therapy.
“Based on an analysis of currently available data, the FDA has determined that approximately 1 in 350 women who are undergoing hysterectomy or myomectomy for fibroids have an unsuspected type of uterine cancer called uterine sarcoma. If laparoscopic power morecellation is performed in these women, there is a risk that the procedure will spread the cancerous tissue within the abdomen and pelvis, significantly worsening the patient’s likelihood of long-term survival.”
The FDA Warning Included the Following:
Based on currently available information, the FDA’s recommendations for health care professionals include:
- Be aware that the FDA discourages the use of laparoscopic power morecellation during hysterectomy or myomectomy for the treatment of women with uterine fibroids.
- Do not use laparoscopic uterine power morecellation in women with suspected or known uterine cancer.
- Carefully consider all the available treatment options for women with symptomatic uterine fibroids.
- Discuss the benefits and risks of all treatments with patients.
- After carefully weighing the risks and benefits of the procedure, if a health care professional nonetheless determines that laparoscopic power morecellation is the best therapeutic option for his or her patient, the health care professional should:
- Inform patients that their fibroid(s) may contain unexpected cancerous tissue and that laparoscopic power morecellation may spread the cancer, significantly worsening their prognosis.
- Be aware that some clinicians and medical institutions now advocate using a specimen “bag” during morecellation in an attempt to contain the uterine tissue and minimize the risk of cancer spread in the abdomen and pelvis.
For attribution please refer to the April 17, 2014 notification from the US Food and Drug Administration http://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/ucm393689.htm
The US Drug Watchdog says, “If you have had a laparoscopic power morecellation procedure done within the last three years, and you had a pre-existing condition of uterine cancer please call us at 866-714-6466, if the procedure made the cancer worse.” http://USDrugWatchdog.Com